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Oh.. I'd like a Barrett Fieldcraft, micro action in 6.5 Grendel.

Which they may eventually produce, but I can't say I'm really waiting for it.


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P210A standard and a CMMG PCC. Both exist, but I haven't been able to get my hands on either to decide on purchase(s).
 
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G46 if it makes it to civilian market
 
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Colt Cobra with alloy frame.

The upcoming adjustable sight King Cobra, but in 22.
 
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VP9L RMR
 
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P320 X-5 Legion, and Beretta 92X. Not sure I will buy but they are intriguing.
 
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Vltor Fortis
 
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CZ Bren 2, pistol or rifle
 
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All black 43x in .357 Sig




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Originally posted by Delta-3:
I have my fingers crossed for a polymer/striker fired 38 Super.


I like the way you think.

I bought a Glock 21 and converted it to .38 Super a while back. Two of them actually. Kriss Vector mag extensions require some modifications but allow for 40 +1 target shooting. Big Grin


What did you do for the conversion? Inquiring minds want to know.


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Dan Wesson 2011.
Make it take the current P09/P10f mags.
 
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Would like to get my hands on a Beretta 92X.



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What did you do for the conversion? Inquiring minds want to know.


Found a six inch .38 barrel from Lone Wolf(?). Purchased a G40 MOS upper later. Worked over some G20 magazines to get them to manually feed the smaller diameter rounds properly.
Bought a variety pack of recoil springs and started with the strongest spring and worked down to the first one to cycle properly. I think this conversion will only work as a Gen4.

Adding a Salient trigger, Burris red dot, and other parts as they caught my eye. One of the smoothest shooters I have and it has ran flawlessly for many years now.



A Glock 46 would be enticing, but it would likely need another call to an importer, Customs, engraving, ATF, etc...



My other Sig is a Steyr...
 
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The Palmetto state armory MP5 clone that is supposedly going to be around a grand.
If true and if it’s reliable and a roller lock I’ll be on it like A fat kid on a cup cake
 
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Lever gun in 10mm


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Another vote for Beretta 92X.
 
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I bought a Glock 21 and converted it to .38 Super a while back. Two of them actually. Kriss Vector mag extensions require some modifications but allow for 40 +1 target shooting.

That's pure genius!


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Beretta 92 Centurion
Radom VIS 35
Colt Stainless Steel Combat Commander in 38 Super
 
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P365 with Sig Anti Snag treatment for pocket carry and a light reflective finish with a manual safety.

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All the challengers to the P365. CZ, Walther, S&W, HK, FN, Beretta.
 
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